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Antelope 5.13 released on May 1, 2023
Our support of releases prior to Antelope 5.13 is now shifted over to this new release. All future maintenance and support requests must be relative to this new release. Antelope 5.13 runs on 64-bit x86 Linux RedHat version 8, CentOS version 7.9, Ubuntu version 22, and macOS 12 and 13 (Monterey and Ventura) operating systems on both Intel and M1
2023 Antelope Users Group Meeting in Vienna, Austria
June 5-7, 2023 GeoSphere Austria will host an Antelope Users Group meeting 5-7 June, 2023 in Vienna, Austria. The official meeting website is here: GeoSphere Antelope Users Group Meeting 2023 To register, please contact Niko Horn or Yan Jia via contact information in the web-site above.
The Alaska Earthquake Center has long relied on Antelope. The real time applications have proven to be bombproof through countless earthquakes and other incidents, while the extensive APIs have allowed us to tailor Antelope to our needs. Antelope strikes a rare balance between enterprise-grade reliability and the hands-on adaptability that scientists expect. This mix has fostered a community of users who work to advance Antelope as well as our respective organizations.
UCSB’s Earthquake Engineering Group has used the Antelope real time software for the last 17 years in collecting continuous data from its geotechnical array sites and other borehole and surface stations throughout West Coast and Alaska. The robust data retrieval even when faced with intermittent data telemetry connections is what stands out as exceptional to us. The software is designed to be stateful, keeping track of what data has been collected and automatically recovering missing data after a telemetry outage, with no human intervention needed. It scales well supporting our simple 6-component sites, to sites with more than 100 channels all sampling at 200Hz. The software seamlessly integrates with the Quanterra and Rock platform data acquisition systems from Kinemetrics, Inc., providing an end-to-end solution for UCSB’s data monitoring, transmission, and archival needs.
Since its inception, BRTT has delivered the most innovative, reliable, and top performing software package for our seismic community. Without fail, Antelope provides customers with the most seamless seismic data monitoring experience of any software in the world. In 25 years of partnership with the seismic community, BRTT has been integral in creating a complete monitoring system that is both robust and incredibly versatile.